The Ontario Ministry of Education directed school librarians ‘to focus on reviewing books that were published 15 or more years ago’ as part of its ‘diversity audit’
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It is anticipated that the decision of the Supreme Court will likely influence the direction of similar legislation in Scotland and Westminster.
The European Conservative describes itself as Europe’s ‘premier conservative English-language quarterly journal of philosophy, politics, and the arts.’
A recent report published by a group of Christian institutions seeks to shed light and raise awareness on the deleterious impact of Christian self-censorship in all spheres of Western societies.
Banning the ads, Lila Rose of Live Action said, will have “devastating” consequences for women and girls who may turn to the search engine after regretting taking the first dose of the medication abortion regimen.
Faith-based leaders should “develop media relationships” and have a list of reporters likely to disseminate news of any de-platforming or service interruption.
Responding to the risk that some speakers may spread misinformation about the crisis or promote false conspiracies, Catholic author and radio host Patrick Coffin said he hoped those attending the conference will pose the “toughest questions imaginable” to discover the truth.
‘This is About Freedom’: EWTN Poland’s Director Thanks Catholics for Helping to Unblock YouTube Channel
Since 2018, EWTN Poland has offered 24/7 adoration from the chapel in the basilica of a friary founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe,